Arena hosts virtual event on effects of Covid-19 on hospitality worldwide

10 July 2020 by
Arena hosts virtual event on effects of Covid-19 on hospitality worldwide

The Arena networking group has announced a global leaders virtual event with experts from the UK, the US and the Middle East to discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted their sectors and the road to recovery.

Catherine Roe, chief executive of Elior UK, will represent the UK; Naim Maadad, founder and chief executive of Gates Hospitality in Dubai, will offer the Middle Eastern view; and Barry Westrum, chief marketing officer of Taco John's in Los Angeles, will provide the US perspective.

The event, Hospitality Reopening - The Global View, will take place on Tuesday 21 July 2020 from 2pm-3pm.

Each region and country will share how their businesses have adapted strategies as the global lockdown eases. They will discuss how the foodservice sector in each region and country has managed its operations and its relationships with customers, clients and suppliers.

The discussion will be hosted by Robert Willock, director of the Economist Corporate Network Dubai and formerly group editor of The Publican's Morning Advertiser and M&C Report.

More details can be found here

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